OMRF scientist Susannah Rankin received a four-year, $1.47 million award to study chromosomes.
New findings provide a better understanding of how cells replicate, and it could help outline how and why this process goes wrong in cancer.
OMRF researcher Susannah Rankin has new information on how chromosomes organize themselves in cells.
Fish, frogs and worms have become key players in the fight against disease.
Get the sequence wrong and cell division can turn to disaster.
Problems in chromosome cohesion can have far-reaching effects.